Nicolas Krucien
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Visual attention in multi-attributes choices: What can eye-tracking tell us?
N Krucien, M Ryan, F Hermens
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 135, 251-267, 2017
The eyes have it: Using eye tracking to inform information processing strategies in multi‐attributes choices
M Ryan, N Krucien, F Hermens
Health economics 27 (4), 709-721, 2018
The value of different aspects of person-centred care: a series of discrete choice experiments in people with long-term conditions
CD Burton, VA Entwistle, AM Elliott, N Krucien, T Porteous, M Ryan
BMJ open 7 (4), e015689, 2017
What do UK doctors in training value in a post? A discrete choice experiment
J Cleland, P Johnston, V Watson, N Krucien, D Skåtun
Medical Education 50 (2), 189-202, 2016
What do UK medical students value most in their careers? A discrete choice experiment
JA Cleland, P Johnston, V Watson, N Krucien, D Skåtun
Medical Education 51 (8), 839-851, 2017
Is best–worst scaling suitable for health state valuation? A comparison with discrete choice experiments
N Krucien, V Watson, M Ryan
Health economics 26 (12), e1-e16, 2017
What factors are critical to attracting NHS foundation doctors into specialty or core training? A discrete choice experiment
GM Scanlan, J Cleland, P Johnston, K Walker, N Krucien, D Skåtun
BMJ open 8 (3), e019911, 2018
Empirical testing of the external validity of a discrete choice experiment to determine preferred treatment option: the case of sleep apnea
N Krucien, A Gafni, N Pelletier‐Fleury
Health economics 24 (8), 951-965, 2015
Evaluating the trade-offs men with localized prostate cancer make between the risks and benefits of treatments: the COMPARE study
V Watson, N McCartan, N Krucien, V Abu, D Ikenwilo, M Emberton, ...
The Journal of Urology 204 (2), 273-280, 2020
Adaptation and validation of the patient assessment of chronic illness care in the French context
N Krucien, M Le Vaillant, N Pelletier-Fleury
BMC Health Services Research 14, 1-12, 2014
UK intensivists’ preferences for patient admission to ICU: evidence from a choice experiment
CR Bassford, N Krucien, M Ryan, FE Griffiths, M Svantesson, Z Fritz, ...
Critical care medicine 47 (11), 1522-1530, 2019
What do women want? Valuing women’s preferences and estimating demand for alternative models of maternity care using a discrete choice experiment
CG Fawsitt, J Bourke, RA Greene, B McElroy, N Krucien, R Murphy, ...
Health Policy 121 (11), 1154-1160, 2017
Patients’ with obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome (OSAS) preferences and demand for treatment: a discrete choice experiment
N Krucien, A Gafni, B Fleury, N Pelletier-Fleury
Thorax 68 (5), 487-488, 2013
For more than money: willingness of health professionals to stay in remote Senegal
A Honda, N Krucien, M Ryan, ISN Diouf, M Salla, M Nagai, N Fujita
Human resources for health 17, 1-11, 2019
What are GPs' preferences for financial and non-financial incentives in cancer screening? Evidence for breast, cervical, and colorectal cancers
J Sicsic, N Krucien, C Franc
Social science & medicine 167, 116-127, 2016
For better or worse? Investigating the validity of best–worst discrete choice experiments in health
N Krucien, J Sicsic, M Ryan
Health Economics 28 (4), 572-586, 2019
What are the patients' preferences for the C hronic C are M odel? An application to the obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome
N Krucien, M Le Vaillant, N Pelletier‐Fleury
Health Expectations 18 (6), 2536-2548, 2015
Developing an intervention around referral and admissions to intensive care: a mixed-methods study
C Bassford, F Griffiths, M Svantesson, M Ryan, N Krucien, J Dale, S Rees, ...
Willingness to wait for a vaccine against COVID-19: results of a preference survey
T Tervonen, AC Jimenez-Moreno, N Krucien, H Gelhorn, K Marsh, ...
The Patient-Patient-Centered Outcomes Research 14 (3), 373-377, 2021
Do the organizational reforms of general practice care meet users’ concerns? The contribution of the Delphi method
N Krucien, M Le Vaillant, N Pelletier‐Fleury
Health Expectations 16 (1), 3-13, 2013
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